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Quality Plastic Material: Ergonomic designed A3 drawing board table set, it is made of premium high-impact plastic, coming with 2 parallel rulers and 2 corner clips
Stable Drawing Process: There are paper clips on both sides of the board and with scale clamp on the bottom, to make the drawing process more accurate and stable.
Clear Rule Parallel Motion: Features with parallel gliding track for smooth straight edge movement. Parallel straightedge with STOP and GO locking/unlocking action, marked in centimeters on both edges
Head-lock Mechanism: Quick release paper clamp on both edges to secure it all around. It features its easy and comfortable working position. Drafting head-lock mechanism for straightedge and free-swing setting. Set square is marked with a protractor.
A Great Gift: It is a very useful accessory to practice your drawing skills, it can provide you with a comfortable and labor-saving painting experience, It is a helpful tool for designer, also as a great gift
Specifications: Color: just as the pictures show Weight: about 1.5kg Approx. Size: 51cm x 36.5cm/20.1" x 14.4" Package Size: 52cm x 38cm x 4cm
Package included: 1 x A3 Drawing Board
Note: Please note that the new type and old type of this product will be sent randomly, and make sure you will not mind before ordering.
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